GFOTY – “Poison/Tongue”

Blocland loves PC Music. Behind their façade of irony and cultural commentary, the label's been churning out exceptional pop music for years now, all the while through that goofy and unmistakable PC Music filter. In an...

Rina Sawayama – “Take Me As I Am”

One of the best pop songs of 2017 is like a time-warp to 2003. UK producer Clarence Clarity -- whose 2015 album No Now is one of this decade's most sublime and underrated electro-pop albums -- brings the...

I’ve Heard It: Young Thug & Carnage – Young Martha

Young Thug is my favorite rapper alive, hands down. He has the most dynamic and thrilling voice in hip-hop, which is hard to argue even if you can't stomach the guy. And I know a lot...

I’ve Heard It: Shannon Lay- Queen Mother of Sunflowers-Living Water

Shannon Lay is a pollinator of intellectual blossoms. She carries granules from flowers to fields with her new album Living Water. Released on the Autumnal Equinox, Lay’s music balances light and dark as she connects the...

Alex Cameron – “Politics of Love”

The scourge of politics has permeated every facet of our lives. Wherever you go, no one can stop talking about what those fat cats in Washington are up to. Obligatory dinner with your grandparents? Politics! Drunk...

Tove reaches a new Lo

My beloved Tove Lo just released a song called "Disco Tits." Okay, if Ke$ha circa-2010 released a song called "Disco Tits," it would be a stupid musical glitter-bomb with ridiculous lyrics, but at least it'd be playful...

Song Of The Year – An ill-timed addition to “The Short List”

It's been a month since our beloved blochead did a smart thing and started "The Short List," because list season is coming for us and Blocland likes to have its shit together. Bloc used that first...

I’ve Heard It: Everything Everything – A Fever Dream

For a band with the political and satirical edge of Everything Everything, the last two years have given the band a lot of juicy material to work with. But hell, it's almost been too much. I...

I’ve Heard It: Angelo De Augustine- Swim Inside the Moon

  Angelo De Augustine is for Insomniacs:Recently my circadian clock went out of whack resulting in restless nights where I lie awake from gloam until dawn. During these weary hours of solitude, when an anabolic state seems...

Alice Glass – “Without Love” is Pop for the Dark Days of Autumn

Okay, so-called "summer music," you've had your moment in the sun -- but time to pack away the cheer and make room for the kings and queens of autumn. Exhibit A: Alice Glass, who thankfully has...